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Order under section 119 (1) of income-tax Act 1961
October, 13th 2015
                                         Government of India
                                          Ministry of Finance
                                       Department of Revenue
                                     Central Board of Direct Taxes

                                                     North Block, New Delhi, the 6th of October, 2015

                           Order under section 119(1) of Income-tax Act, 1961

Subject: Validation of tax-returns through Electronic Verification Code-reg.-

        The Central Board of Direct Taxes ('CBDT') vide Notification No. 41/2015 dated 15.04.2015 in
cases of categories of 'persons' specified therein, had introduced Electronic Verification Code ('EVC')
as one of the modes for validation of return of income pertaining to Assessment Year 2015-2016
which are filed electronically on or after 01.04.2015.

2.     CBDT had further permitted validation of such returns of income through EVC in case of returns
of income pertaining to Assessment Years 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 filed electronically (without
digital signature certificate) between 01.04.2014 to 31.03.2015, vide its subsequent order dated
20.07.2015 for the convenience of the taxpayers. This order was applicable to those cases which
were covered by Notification No. 1/2015 dated 10.07.2015 issued by the Pr. DGIT (Systems), CBDT
wherein time-limit for submission of ITR-V to the CPC Bengaluru was extended till 31.10.2015.

3.      To further facilitate the process of validation of tax-returns, the CBDT, in exercise of the powers
conferred under sub-section (1) of section 119 of the Income-tax Act, 1961 ('Act'), hereby directs that
returns of income which are filed on or after 01.04.2015 electronically (without digital signature
certificate) pertaining to the Assessment Year 2014-2015 or returns filed in response to various
statutory notices as prescribed under the Act or returns filed as a consequence of condonation of
delay u/s 119 of the Act can also be validated through EVC.
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                                                                                      (Ankita Pandey)
                                                                               DCIT-OSD IT(A-11), CBDT

(F.No. 225/141/2015-ITA.II)

Copy to:

    1.     Chairperson, CBDT and all Members, CBDT
    2.     All JS/CslT, CBDT
    3.     Pr. DGIT(Systems), N.Delhi
    4.     All PCCslT/PDsGIT/CCslT/DsGIT for kind information
    5.     ITCC, Central Board of Direct Taxes (4 copies)
    6.     0/o Pr.DGIT (Systems), New Delhi, for placing on the website: incometaxindia.gov.in
    7.     Addl. CIT, Data base Cell for uploading on Departmental Website
    8.     ITBA Publisher for uploading on ITBA
    9.     DIT(PR, PP & OL)
    10.    Guard file


                                                                                      (Ankita Pandey)
                                                                               DCIT-OSD IT(A-11), CBDT

 
 
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